Tuesday, October 25, 2016

One injured in Glassell Park shooting; L.A. crime on the rise; Arroyo Seco Parkway celebrates 75th birthday

Highland Park | Andriana Baker/Instagram

Highland Park | Andriana Baker/Instagram

MOrning Report

  • Police arrested a suspect who is believed to have shot a man in the buttocks during an argument Wednesday night in Glassell Park. The victim was shot at about midnight in the 3400 block of Drew Street, said Sgt. Frank Gonzalez with the LAPD Northeast Division.  The victim, whose injury was non-life threatening, and shooter knew each other and had been involved in an ongoing dispute, Gonzalez said.
  • Violent crime in the City of Los Angeles this year rose nearly 20% compared to 2014, and property crime increased slightly more than 10%, according to LAPD data through Dec. 26. But one LAPD official said residents should not worry too much given the long-term decline in crime. “The city is not on fire, the city is not falling into the ocean.” L.A. Times
  • The Arroyo Seco Parkway – aka the Pasadena Freeway – turns 75. LAist
  • Eastsider reader Sandy Driscoll of Silver Lake reminds dog owners to keep their pets safe and indoors on New Year’s Eve. “Dogs left outdoors freak out when hearing fireworks.”

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  1. Looks like drew st is back

  2. Prop 47 gets no mention anywhere in the article. More thorough, in depth reporting from the LA Times.

  3. You should go see for yourself if they are back

  4. Re: Keeping dogs inside due to fireworks. Agreed, and wish my indoor cats did not need to go through the stress that the noise from illegal fireworks causes. As there will supposedly be higher police presence tonight, New Years Eve, perhaps LAPD and Sheriff’s Dep’t will keep eyes and ears open for people setting off illegal fireworks and fine and/or arrest them. Many people, like myself, feel that if this were done these incidents would decrease. In addition to the nerve-wracking noise, these fireworks can set palm trees on fire placing nearby structures in danger. Anyone setting off fireworks in this dry and windy weather has no common sense.

  5. There was a lot of fireworks in hlp new years

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